Scallel wrote:Also, in other news, does anyone have any ideas for how exactly a " Temple to Logic" would be decorated?
Is this a structure already in existence, or a future project?
I've been wanting to build a museum or a library, and have some smooth stone and (birch) wood.
Perhaps the surface could be a building with book shelves (with signs on them, because we can't write in the books themselves) with logical works, like treatises on the physical nature of Minecraft, and theories on the land's history. (Less logically, I'd also like a literature wing, for limericks mostly, or a library as a separate building) Depending on how large it is, there might be room for nature samples, demonstrations of the various states of matter, and/or the latest red-stone engineering developments. For the more temple-y part, underneath it we could build a multi-story labyrinth with a few death traps and small logic puzzles.
Basically, I'm kind of fascinated with the idea of how an individual living in Minecraft might view their world. Would it be obvious that it was created? Without ties to the physical world Minecraftian physics are derived from, how would they perceive and interpret the phenomenon around them? Could ice be said to be cold, bricks heavy, or sunlight warm?